Besides being a sports-bar and grill, Peabody?s Billiard and Games racks up good times in the triangle of pool tables, dartboards, and foosball. Of course, the 70 TVs and on-premises liquor store don?t hurt either. Periodic all-you-can-drink happy hours and other special events take place every week, offering table athletes of all stripes an arena for friendly competition. Patrons might square off in the weekly beer-pong rally, or pit their psychic skills against each other in the weekly poker tournaments. All the while, the kitchen bustles into the night, preparing late night items using only the freshest ingredients such as the spanish nachos, garlic knots, and Peabody?s signature wings in one of fifteen sauces including honey garlic and hot BBQ.
We are Tampa's largest combined Sports Bar and Billiards Hall: 7000 Square feet of good times! 18 Pool tables, foosball, video games, 25 different beers, 17 different kinds of wings, full kitchen, HDTVs for the games, great music, close to USF and Busch Gardens. Open Mon-Sat 11am to 3am and Sun 1pm to 3am.
Backstage Billiards I-Drive's name certainly doesn?t bury the lede??beginners and pool sharks alike can rack up games on any of the bar's 24 Brunswick tables. At the same time, it doesn't encompass the myriad billiards alternative patrons can enjoy, from hitting bullseyes on seven electronic dartboards to sinking holes-in-one during rounds of
Golden Tee or cornhole. For those who prefer spectating, 20 plasma-screen televisions stay tuned to the day's biggest games and most heartwarming huddles. Amid all this sports?centric revelry, bartenders serve beverages in ice-cold mugs as well as mixed drinks from behind a 55-foot, full-liquor bar every night until 2 a.m.
Since 1995, pool sharks have been sinking balls into the corner pocket at Trick Shots. At each of its three locations, groups gather around tables to engage in friendly competition and observe all seven of Newton's laws of motion. As they play, customers nosh on selections from a menu of large fresh deli sandwiches and snacks, such as beer-battered onion rings and chicken wings, while a full bar offers cocktails, soft drinks, and draft beers nearby.
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Low-fat options are missing from the menu, so guests can leave their diets at home.
With Livingston's Amusement Center's wide selection of refreshments available, you can tap into the drink menu early in the evening.
Perfect for after-work outings, Livingston's Amusement Center's happy hour is hard to beat.
Enjoy the beautiful weather while you chow down — with outdoor seating, Livingston's Amusement Center is a great summer destination.
Wifi is on the house at Livingston's Amusement Center, so bring along your tablet or laptop.
Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to Livingston's Amusement Center for a group meal.
Or, take your food to go.
Free parking is always available just seconds away from Livingston's Amusement Center.
A typical meal at Livingston's Amusement Center will set you back less than $30.
A sea of felt and pool cues welcomes visitors into Break Room Billiards, a tournament-style billiard hall. But pro-level competition is hardly a necessity here. The pool hall caters to the entire family?and visitors find drinks, sports, and even occasional live music performance in addition to the business' signature game.